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promises one too many times. >> we are live in cairo. the defense minister has been talking pretty strong warnings. >> it was an unprecedented statement from the defense minister. field marshall may statement in which he said the ongoing dispute between forces in the country could lead to the collapse of the state. this is a very strong warning. he said the ongoing -- is a threat to the country. the army finds it difficult to balance out the freedoms of individuals and to protect state institutions and property. a strong statement and the most public statement we have heard from the army since it was sent back to the barents by the president of august of last year. there is deep concern among the military with this current crisis in the country. >> our political party is helping the military in any way? >> the point the defense minister made and this was unusual. he did not single out any political party or any political movement. he made reference to those intent on disrupting order. he directed his comments at the political world as a whole. he was talking about all political movements
. turkey and nato stressed the system is particularly defensive. >> these batteries are designed to intercept missiles and the threats comes from syria. this is one of three areas. turkey and nato officials have repeatedly said the missiles will in no way be used for an offensive operation or to support a no-fly zone. >> it is pretty obvious that the defensive systems are only for defensive purposes want you look -- want to look at their location. >> and it just as the deployment will contribute to the deal escalation of the prices along the border. russia and iran have said the deployment could spark a broader conflict. >> turkey requested the misfiles after several incidences. those exchanges and bald artillery shells and small arms fire, not just for misfiles. >> there is no acute threat. moralistic misfiles have been used. if they are being used on turkish territory, we're able to apprehend them. >> they have no intention of military intervention. the threat is still there. >> more to come including why the iraqi prime minister will not be allowed to run for another term in o
out the story. the national defense council, meant to discuss the security situation in the country. what can out of that meeting? >> it was made clear that the events in egypt at the moment will fall under the control of the national defense council. this is a body composed of government ministers and representatives from both houses of parliament, as well as military commanders and the head of military intelligence. this body has not been seen operating publicly since it was created last year. very clearly, it is the supervising was happening on the ground. rejected by most of the opposition movement, claiming that they reserve the right to impose a state of emergency in particular areas, should they wish to do so. there was no threat to do so immediately, but they made it clear that they would use the option if the situation on the ground continued to deteriorate. >> we want to get more on the situation from cairo, we have live pictures. i was following you on twitter yesterday, and we were seeing some pictures of some scuffles and skirmishes. i will let you describe the situatio
of statements coming out of israel expressing their concern. also, they sent one of their missile defense systems to a northern city. there has been an increase in the rhetoric from the israeli side in terms of the conflict in syria and concerns about how it could spill over into the border of israel. >> thanks to nicole johnson from jerusalem. elsewhere in syria, there has been renewed violence in several areas. an area has been shelled. this video appears to show an air strike. the u.n. says donors have helped them raise more than $1.5 million for refugees. 100,000 people have already fled the violence in syria. the number could reach more than 1 million by june. there is also concerned about 2 million syrians who have been internally displaced by the conflict. i moon called the situation in syria a catastrophe that is growing by the day. a figure stands at 700,000. an ambitious target of $1.50 billion, a figure that is a surprise to some u.s. officials that it was met. >> to be able to provide to syrian refugees better protection, that your assistance in relation to shelter, food, heal
to the united states that it would harm its relations with china. >> when the u.s. defense secretary visited harbor in 2012, he talked not about the u.s. military losses decades ago with the future gains to be had. >> it will be particularly important to be able to work with partners like vietnam and be able to use harbor's like this as we move our ships from our ports on the west coast toward our stations here in the pacific. >> effort to build ties that benefits former enemies a generation later. >> the british prime minister's speech on ukase future in the european union has received a mixed reaction. david cameron promised a referendum should he win the next general election. one poll published on some basis support for his conservative party rose to 33%, 5 points higher than last month. but how is the issue seen outside of the uk? in france, to polls reveal a split. one survey says 52% of people suppor
to think about it. sentiment from muslim countries, egypt and tunisia, is marched defensively and they be shared by some people. >> very good talking to you. thank you very much. >> thank you for having me. >> the talks to resolve the crisis in the east of the democratic for cut -- democratic republic of congo have collapsed. the deal was apparently blocked by south africa. not everyone had seen the framework document. funerals are due to begin in brazil after one of the worst night club fires in history. gabrielle is live for us. this must be the most awful and depressing atmosphere. >> it is. let me try to paint a picture for you. this is a side street of a point college town. behind me there is a gymnasium inside of a football pitch. on any other day there might be recreational games going on, but right now it is a morgue. i counted 10 caskets, these of the bodies from the over 230 people that were killed. family members just weeping over the caskets. it is a somber scene, quiet as everyone is just trying to come to grips with what happened. >> what has actually happened? w
by citizens. thousands defied the curfew for a second successive night. imports ied -- the defense minister is warning that the unrest could threaten the state. french troops in mali have deployed at the last major speed -- city still under rebel control. french and malian forces have taken control again. there is concern about retaliation. rebel supporters are being targeted. >> the malian army is sending a clear message that it is back in timbuktu. memories are still fresh of its humiliating retreat less than a year ago. now with french troops firmly at its side, the army is once again in control. with power comes responsibility . both for the civilian population and for people accused of involvement in the rebellion. we first saw this prisoner with malian troops several days ago, about 80 kilometers to the southwest of timbuktu. the troops brought him north as they advanced. he tells me the soldiers have beaten him. he denies that he is a jihad is. the army says it has no choice but to keep him at the base. right now, there are no police or law courts here. >> we are not the justice. we
it will be solved. >> u.s. president barack obama's choice for secretary of defense is facing tough questions. chuck hagel was asked to defend his views on iran and israel. the toughest questions came from members of his own party. >> were you correct or incorrect. said the surge would be the most dangerous foreign policy blunder in this country since vietnam? were you correct or incorrect? yes or no? the question is where you right or wrong. that's a pretty straightforward question. >> well -- >> were you right or wrong? the elaborate. >> i'm not going to give you a yes or no answer. >> then let the record shows he refused to answer the question. >> if you will like me to explain -- >> i would actually like an answer, yes or no. >> i think it's far more complicated than that. my answer as i will defer the judgment of history. >> was will is investigating. a student with a gun made it possible for detectives to go in and shoot a fellow classmate. police surrounded the school in atlanta after a 14-year-old student was shot in the neck. three people were arrested. barack obama, for more research into
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